Don’t be that one who shows up with a pie in a grocery bag ~ you got this! 20 amazing (and easy) Friendsgiving desserts you can make!
put down that store bought pie!
Ok, this is for you guys who are going to a Friendsgiving celebration, and there are lots of you! If you’re on dessert duty, listen up: since you’re not hosting the evening, you can certainly spend a little time in your kitchen making dessert. These Friendsgiving dessert recipes are unique, and totally do-able ~ so don’t be the one who shows up with a pie in a grocery bag ~ you got this!
This stunning pie is for extroverts only. People will swarm and you’ll get lots of attention. Wallflowers, keep scrolling…
A Friendsgiving dessert cocktail? Why not! Bring your own blender if necessary for this crowd pleaser. It’s shocking how delicious this is and you’ll be the hit of the night, guaranteed!
Pecan pie’s got nothing on this much more sophisticated take on the theme (it’s all about the frangipane.)
I adore these sweet little bars, and there’s plenty to go around because you bake them in a sheet pan!
There’s no way you’re taking home even a sliver of this pie. In fact you probably won’t even need to wash your pie plate, it’ll be licked clean 🙂
One of the easiest desserts you’ll ever make is also one of the most unusual. Those deeply toasted almonds are the key to this creamy white chocolate bark.
Not a baker? Not a problem ~ you don’t need an oven to make this epic fluffy version of pumpkin pie. It’s going to be a new Friendsgiving dessert tradition, just watch.
Skip the frozen aisle, you won’t find this unique sweet tart ice cream there, and you don’t need an ice cream machine to make it. It kind of leaves plain vanilla in the dust.
Chocolate chip cookies are the little black dress of desserts, they’re always appropriate. Wow your friends with this classic crunchy version.
I hope there’s enough left for the gluten free folks around the table because everyone’s going to lunge for this moist almondy cake.
A galette is so much easier than pie, and I think it makes a much prettier presentation. I think it’s the perfect Friendsgiving dessert.
Chocolate has a cult following and I can pretty much guarantee that at any Friendsgiving gathering the majority of guests are scanning the dessert table for some. Be the hero and bring ’em what they want!
This insanely delicious lemon pie would be so perfect after all that mashed potatoes and gravy.
Don’t forget your gluten intolerant friends! This cake is moist and delicious ~ pretty too, I’ll show you how to get that lacy look, it’s easy.
Instead of a pecan pie, why not bring this user friendly shortbread with all the same buttery toasty flavors?
These little pots pack a big flavor punch, and they’re so easy to transport.
A festive apple cake Friendsgiving dessert that everybody will remember. Just be sure to make enough of that creamy custard sauce to go around!
Take a cue from the Italians for this epic Friendsgiving dessert ~ it’s decadent and incredibly delicious.